Flesh-Eating Bacteria Case Reported in Nueces Co.
NEAR BROWNSVILLE – State health officials are warning about a bacteria found in warm waters and oysters.
Officials say it’s the peak infection season for the Vibrio Vulnificus, also known as the flesh-eating bacteria.
A spokesperson for the Texas Department of State Health Services, Lara Anton, says the department is aware of a vibrio-related death in Corpus Christi reported by the Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District.
There have already been nine non-fatal cases of infection this year so far.
KRGV’s Daisy Martinez reports from San Martin Lake with the details.
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